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Exclusive: Universities earn record £50m from FE courses The number of universities receiving ESFA funding has nearly tripled in four years

Universities will receive more than £50 million in income from delivering FE provision, including apprenticeships, in 2018-19, it has been revealed.

Data from the Education and Skills Funding Agency shows that universities have received a total of £53,673,843 this year –  £29,824,420 of which was for apprenticeship provision.

That represents a significant increase on 2016-17, when university income from FE stood at £31.9 million, and 2014-15, when universities received £12.6 million.

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The impact of undergraduate degrees on early-career earnings – IFS Report

This IFS report uses the new Longitudinal Educational Outcomes administrative dataset to provide the latest estimates of the impact of Higher Education on individuals’ early-career earnings after accounting for individuals’ pre-university characteristics. This will provide vital evidence for prospective students choosing whether, where and what to study at university.

For the full report see:-

Future career earnings from undertaking a first degree


MEG survey: Higher Apprenticeships and Degree Apprenticeships 2018

The survey sets out to capture the views of MEG members concerning the delivery of Higher and Degree Apprenticeships (HAs and DAs)

To access the executive summary click this link

To access the survey click here

 

 


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